By The Daily Item
MOUNT CARMEL -- Although it's still early in the season, Southern Columbia is starting to assert itself as a team to watch in the Heartland Athletic Conference.
The Tigers are gaining momentum after they picked up a big 2-1 overtime victory over Mount Carmel in a Division II matchup on Saturday.
Haley Levan scored off a Mackenzie Clark assist with 3 minutes, 8 seconds left in overtime to give Southern (3-0, 2-0 HAC-II) the win.
Clark also scored for the Tigers. Her goal came 14 minutes in with an assist by Aly Stavinski.
Mount Carmel (1-2, 0-2) tied the game with 11:22 remaining in the opening half with an unassisted goal from Ali Varano.
n Warrior Run 4,
Jersey Shore 0
TURBOTVILLE -- The Defenders spread the ball around as their offense produced goals from four players to take the HAC-II win.
Chloe Eisenhuth and Sara Grow both scored in the first half for Warrior Run (2-0 overall and HAC-II), before Erika Landis and Chloe Sees tallied goals in the second half for the Defenders.
n Williamsport 2,
DANVILLE -- Despite holding decisive advantages in both shots and corner kicks, the Ironmen were upended by the Millionaires in HAC-I action.
Julia Shipe scored off a Riley Jones assist with 22:29 left in the first half to tie the game at 1 for Danville (0-2 overall and HAC-I), which led in shots (14-6) and corners (14-1).
Williamsport's game-winning goal came from Tauntyonah Guinter 3:52 into the second half.
n Montoursville 4,
MILTON -- The Black Panthers got a mere three shots on goal against the Warriors, who took the HAC-I win. Dani Lincoln made 14 saves for Milton, which falls to 2-1 overall and in conference play.
n Shamokin 3,
MIFFLINBURG -- The Wildcats scored the first two goals of the game, but from there the match belonged to the Indians as they scored three unanswered goals to take the HAC-I win.